October 31, 2020

Amazon Prime Day 2020: What time do deals end in the UK?

Amazon Prime Day 2020: What time do deals end in the UK?

AMAZON Prime Day is a 48-hour sale bonanza.

The online retailer has launched Prime Day in 2020 a little later than usual due to the coronavirus pandemic – but when do the deals end in the UK?

Amazon has confirmed that Prime Day is going ahead in the UK in 2020

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Amazon has confirmed that Prime Day is going ahead in the UK in 2020Credit: AFP – Getty

What time do deals end in the UK?

Amazon Prime Day started yesterday, October 13 – the deals are running NOW and end at 11.59pm on October 14.

Amazon Prime Day spans two days in 2020 and allows Prime members to get offers and deals on a range of products.

These range from their own branded stuff to other items across a variety of departments.

The offers can be available for the entire period of Amazon Prime Day, while there are also “Lightning Deals” which are available for a limited time.

What offers are running?

Amazon has a raft of fantastic offers, including huge savings on usually pricey gadgets.

Some of the best include a better than half price deal on the Amazon Echo Dot, which has been slashed from £49.99 to £18.99.

You can also snap up an Oral-B Smart 6 6000N CrossAction Electric Toothbrush for just £54.99 – down from £219.99.

And Braun are running some huge Prime Day deals, including huge discounts of up to 57 per cent on women’s products, and a whopping 62 per cent on men’s items.

Other brands expected to be available this year include Philips, Toshiba, Nescafé, Lego, Nintendo, Shark, Samsung, Under Armour, Sony and Le Creuset.

Our tips for finding the best deals this Amazon Prime Day

IT might be tempting to dive in and snap up LOADS of items, but here’s how you can guarantee you’re getting a good deal on Amazon.

PREPARE Research the items you want to buy and find out the cheapest price. Websites like PriceSpy, PriceHistory and CamelCamelCamel will give you historical data on prices so you can see how much you should pay. You can also set up price alerts to let you know when the cost drops.

CHECK CAREFULLY Use FakeSpot to check whether the item is genuine or not. The site scans the reviews to see if they’re “reliable” or not so you can decide whether you trust the seller.

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TRIAL IT FIRST Sign up to the 30 day Amazon Prime trial to take advantage of the Lightning Deals and free delivery. But remember to cancel the subscription before the trial is up or you’ll be charged the full £79.

SHOP NOW TO SAVE TIME Put the items you want in your basket ahead of Black Friday so that when the deals drop on November 24, all you’ll have to do is pay.

How can I get my hands on the deals?

If you’re looking to bag a bargain, you have to be an Amazon Prime member.

The premium membership also gets customers free next day delivery and access to Prime TV showseBooks and even live music events.

It costs £79 per year or £7.99 per month – depending on the payment plan you choose. There’s also a plan for students.

But, Amazon also offers a free 30-day trial to anyone wanting to try out the service.

Just don’t forget to cancel your membership before the end of the month or you will be charged the full amount.

Nearly half of all homes in the UK now subscribe to streaming services including Amazon Prime.

When the coronavirus pandemic began the retailer was overwhelmed with orders – leaving customers waiting weeks for delivery.

Amazon shoppers have been conned into handing over bank details in a call scam.

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